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    the teacher should support you through it and should tell your pastoral care leader/pcl/head of year and they sit you down and talk to you about it
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    I really don't know what you mean or want from this?

    if you self harm teachers will report it to a pastoral lead who will talk to you about it, teachers themselves shouldn't support you as they are not trained to do so
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    (Original post by Sophie_c2909)
    the teacher should support you through it and should tell your pastoral care leader/pcl/head of year and they sit you down and talk to you about it
    I think that teachers may not be the best person to support someone through it. I would feel more comfortable with teachers and pastoral care having direct access to a school counsellor and being able to make direct referrals to child and adolescent mental health services (and for this process to be as simple and accessible as possible)


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